A dilapidated home is shown here on the corner of Duke and Monson Streets in Beaufort. The house was at the center of a debate between preservationists, who wanted the home restored, and the home's owner, Jim Moss, who made a request to demolish it.
A dilapidated home is shown here on the corner of Duke and Monson Streets in Beaufort. The house was at the center of a debate between preservationists, who wanted the home restored, and the home's owner, Jim Moss, who made a request to demolish it. Sarah Welliver
A dilapidated home is shown here on the corner of Duke and Monson Streets in Beaufort. The house was at the center of a debate between preservationists, who wanted the home restored, and the home's owner, Jim Moss, who made a request to demolish it. Sarah Welliver

Historic Review Board: Dilapidated Beaufort house can be demolished

January 25, 2013 07:02 PM

UPDATED January 25, 2013 07:42 PM

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